The Boys & Girls Club of Highlands Elementary provides before and after school high-quality youth development programming for all youth in grades K-6, including for students who are not enrolled at Highlands Elementary School. The BGC of Highlands Elementary is moving into its 3rd year with the 21st Century Community Learning Grant. With this grant, we will be able to continue to provide more amazing academic opportunities for our Club members at Highlands. This grant will also help our members meet local student standards in core subjects such as literacy and other educational services.
Club Location & Hours
2037 N. Elinor St.
Appleton, WI 54914
- Before School: 7:00 am – start of school day
- After School: end of school day – 6:00 pm
We’ve launched a Caregiver Portal which will be your one-stop shop for all things related to registrations, payments, youth information, and more. ALL Club families will need to create an account via this Caregiver Portal. To learn more about this and to create an account visit our Caregiver Portal support page.
We are currently not accepting registrations for the current school year. If you would like more information or to be put on a contact list for the 2023-2024 school year please contact your Unit Director.
Important Dates & Special Hours:
The Boys & Girls Club of Highlands is closed the first Friday of each month from September – May to dedicate to staff development. The Boys & Girls Club of Highlands is always closed on any AASD no-school days but all BGCFV Club members are eligible to attend the Appleton Club on any no-school days. Please click here for more information on special hours.
- Late Starts – The Boys & Girls Club of Highlands Elementary will continue to provide before-school programming on AASD Late Start days only for Club members who register to attend in advance. For more information and to learn how to register for Late Starts, reach out to your Unit Director directly.
Page Turners Early Literacy Tutoring Program
Page Turners Early Literacy Tutoring Program provides support for students in grades K-3 who fall below grade level in reading skills. Tutors and youth meet together on-site for half-hour sessions, twice per week at the Badger, Columbus, Edison, Foster, Highlands, Little Chute Elementary Schools, and at both Appleton and Menasha branches. Sessions include a Read-Aloud Story, guided reading opportunity for the youth to practice their skills and a comprehension or phonics-focused activity. Students also receive a monthly book to take home and build their home libraries. For more information or how to register for Page Turners, reach out to Ann Dudley at email@example.com.
Highlands Elementary is a 21st Century Community Learning Center:
Click the link below to learn more about the community data.
Boys & Girls Club of Highlands